Friday flowers…dreaming

Posted: February 5, 2021 in flowers
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I’ve been dreaming about winter in Illinois. I know you think that’s crazy when it’s cold and they have lots of snow. But I do love winter and you know what comes after winter and all that snow melts? Spring and summer and flowers. And it’s Friday, which means flowers, so I time-traveled back to a summer not long ago in Illinois. Here’s what I found.

  1. restlessjo says:

    We always miss what we don’t have? Funnily you and Su came out of my Reader, back to back, both with deep lilac flowers 🙂 🙂 Happy Friday, Janet!

  2. peggy says:

    Ah, winters i Illinois. I lived through a few of them when I was stationed there in the Air Force. Pretty rough winters. But flowers do grow there in the summer and this Iris is beautiful.

    • The winters on the east side of Cleveland in the snow belt were much worse than in Chicago. We got a lot more snow there! Chicago doesn’t get nearly as much snow but it can get pretty cold. But the spring flowers in the woods at the park were a joy!

  3. de Wets Wild says:

    That made the time-travelling worth every kilojoule of effort!

  4. Dan Antion says:

    You chose well for your time travel.

  5. This is an example of our reward for brown, gray, cold, dreary winter days.

  6. That’s lovely. Not a bad time to travel back to.

  7. Cee Neuner says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!! 😀

  8. Resa says:

    Stunning, Janet.
    I do not think you are crazy. I too, love the spring and summer flowers.

  9. Love this gorgeous shade of purple. 😍

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